Category Archives: Reviews

H&K SFP9 Striker Fire 9mm

When considering the purchase of a new firearm, the H&K SFP9 Striker Fire 9mm is well worth the intentional thought. Those United States based individuals playing close attention to the industry in the last quarter of 2014 will have noticed the initial introduction of this Heckler & Koch handheld (under the name of VP9) during that time.

Magpul Ruger 10/22 Hunter- X Stock FDE

When hunting season sneaks up on you and your gun collection is not quite complete, it may be time to do a little shopping. It’s hard to resist a shiny new gun ready to add to your arsenal. Ruger doesn’t fail its returning customers, offering a steady stream of relevant merchandise. The Magpul 10/22 Hunter-X is no exception.

Traditions COLT 1873 Single Action Army 45 LC Rawhide 4.75″ Review

The Traditions Colt 1873 Single Action Army 45 LC Rawhide 4.75″is a single action shooter that is just like the original model. This Traditions model of the Colt is quite reminiscent of the original 1873 revolver, without the hefty price tag that can be seen in the original. This is definitely a quality revolver, even […]

Savage Arms Mod. 42 .22LR/.410Ga Combo Review

The new Savage Arms 42 model is a much more modernized version of the old 42 and as such has a much sleeker and a very slick looking design. It is lighter than the original as well as shorter and much easier to handle. This would be a great gun for hunting and any homestead […]

Remington Versa Max Tactical 12 Gauge Review

Tactical weapons choices leave buyers with many to pick from.  Price can be a determining factor in many cases leaving some of the higher quality tactical weapons.For hunting, however, some tactical weapons can offer many benefits.  The Remington Versa Max Tactical 12 gauge stands alone in its category. The price of the Remington Versa weighs […]

Ruger M77 .300 R.U.M Stainless Review

Ruger hunting rifles stand the test of time and are well-known for their expertise in the sport. The M77 .300 is no exception. They present with reliability, ease of function and durability. Ruger has a variety of competent weapons that bring a new dimension to art of shooting. The Ruger M77 .300 comes with a […]

Smith & Wesson SD40 40SW Review

Smith and Wesson continue to impress with their new lines of handguns. Their products are acceptable for use by shooters of various experience levels. This particular model, the SD40 40SW has some distinguishing features that make for a unique shooting experience. This semi-automatic series performs with the expected prestige that has come to have been […]

Smith and Wesson M&P9 Pro Series

Few handguns are more well-known than the famous Smith and Wesson. So much so that the brand itself is used as a common replacement for the word handgun in modern slang. The M&P9 Pro Series presents with the quality that has come to be expected by handgun consumers everywhere. The Smith and Wesson M&P9 Pro […]

Tikka T-3 Lite .223 Remington Review

This rifle is the one which made me finally realize the time had come. Inherited rifles are fine and when a dear friend suggested that I should try the Tikka T-3 Lite, that was the day I decided that my father’s 1960 WINCHESTER Model 770 had to go. Sentimentality is fine but the Tikka T-3 […]

EOTech XPS3-0 Holographic Weapon Sight Review

Nowadays a lot of us like the red dot on the target and some of us are even converted to focus on the target through a red reticle, although I know that some of the purists prefer just a single dot – but let’s not argue. On this occasion, the boffins at EOTech have excelled […]

EOTech G33 3X Magnifier Review

They say that little things please little minds, so I have to admit that what I liked about this beauty was not the fact that it’s light and shorter than the previous model, its lightning-fast adjustment  from 3X to 1X, or even that I don’t have to get my toolbox out to make adjustments. It […]

Bushmaster BA50 Review

Rifles come in many forms.  Some are built for practical civilian use, such as hunting. Others are coveted for collecting prestige.  Of course, these high powered rifles are not manufactured to just look pretty.  They have real world use, however, this is mostly of military and law enforcement concern. The Bushmaster .50 caliber rifle is […]

R.I.P. Ammo

If you’re a gun enthusiast you may have already heard about the revolutionary R.I.P ammo by G2R Ammo. However, I have noticed that not everyone knows about this ammo, so let’s break it down and you can decided for yourself if it’s worth the money. G2R’s R.I.P ammo stands for Radically Invasive Projectile, and of […]

Top 3 Weapons Ahead of Their Time in History

When picturing warfare of time’s long passed, it’s easy to imagine people using crude and unsophisticated weaponry. But, looking back at various era’s, it’s plain to see that some weapons were more complicated than we imagined and advanced for the times they were in. Here are the top 3weapons ahead of their time in history: […]

Learn to Shoot: Tips to Improve Your Shooting

No matter what the skill level, we can all improve on our current position and become better shooters. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newbie, gun experts agree on several easy ways to improve your skill level, get the results you desire, and not break the bank. These tips are applicable for almost any […]

How to Properly Store Your Firearms and Keep Others Safe

Firearms are, expensive, fun, and potentially dangerous. Properly storing your firearms will protect your weapon from the elements. Proper storage will also protect people from abusing firearm. We’ve all heard horror stories of children having accidents. Snooping for Christmas presents is always fun! Except when a child finds what they think is a cool toy. […]

Prohibited Weapons in Canada Series: Automatic Shotguns

Sure, they are an extremely cool pickup for novelty’s sake when you are playing an FPS videogame. However, you cannot have one in real- life. In fact, not even the military, for whom they were designed, really uses them. That is because they are really better suited to knocking down drywall or demolishing concrete than […]